Knowing a variety of synonyms can be important for your students who are working on increasing their vocabularies. This print-and-play game board is a fun way to practice naming synonyms. For a variety of other printables that use these level 1 words or for more difficult level 2 and level 3 synonyms, see the related materials […]
Valentine’s Day is here already! If you need some ideas or materials that are ready to print and use, check out our Valentine’s themed posts. Click here to view the 22 Valentine’s Day therapy activities and materials!
Use these no prep, print-and-go pages with your students who are working on /l/, /r/, “er,” “th,” and /k/ at the word level. Use them with a group by letting students color a picture after each of their turns or send them home for practice. Each page has 10 words, which makes it easier for […]
Ready for some cute Valentine’s Day therapy crafts? Here are a couple of ideas for you to use as reinforcement activities for your speech and language therapy groups. As with most crafts, they are also great for practicing fine motor skills. There are many different types of love bugs that your students can create. Here […]
One printable, multiple uses! These Valentine’s Day cards are just what you need to build receptive and expressive skills for irregular past tense verbs. With 40 Valentine’s Day themed sentences, your language therapy students will get plenty of practice! To use them, laminate the cards and let the students color in the heart next to […]
This interactive activity is a wonderful way to work on eliminating cluster reductions. The picture for the word that completes the sentence (the target word) is first picked from two choices, indicating an awareness of the difference in meaning between the two minimal contrast pair words. Next the student places the picture into the sentence […]